A woman’s perspective: my grandma

By Mrs. Rochelle Schmidt, SBHS Librarian 100 years ago, the 19th Constitutional Amendment was ratified, officially allowing women across the United States the right to vote. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.  Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation. … Continue reading A woman’s perspective: my grandma

ICYMI: SBHS teachers get creative for their students

It is no secret that COVID-19 has impacted education. Students are learning from home. Teachers are teaching from home. Teachers and students are forced to “connect” through a computer screen. Events are cancelled. Graduations and promotions are celebrated untraditionally. Our SBHS teachers are not letting these challenging times get in the way of supporting and connecting with our students. Instead, they are taking this opportunity … Continue reading ICYMI: SBHS teachers get creative for their students

Moon Threads, Part One

A short story written and illustrated by Zoe Berkebile On the evenings when the darkness was so thick it seemed the sky itself was sleeping, when the moon had waned to nothing and the stars seemed to to have gone out, you would think the children of the small village would fear the night and hide beneath the warm safety of their quilts – but, … Continue reading Moon Threads, Part One

Pick-Up Line Contest

February is the month of love, romance, relationships, and finding that “perfect” someone. To celebrate the month of hearts and flowers, we are inviting you to participate in our Pick-Up Line Contest! Give us your best pick-up line. Did you use a line on your girlfriend that just swept her off her feet? Are you saving your best line for that special someone and are … Continue reading Pick-Up Line Contest

SBHS: A School Full of Thanks

Thanksgiving is a day of family, food, and gratitude. A day where we take a moment to push aside the negativity and doubt in our minds and instead pause and reflect on the blessings we’ve been given, on the joy we experience in life. San Bernardino High School is no different. A random sampling of the staff and students on our campus reveals much about … Continue reading SBHS: A School Full of Thanks

Schmidt Family Thanksgiving Stuffing

A twist on the traditional Thanksgiving stuffing. The Granny Smith apples not only provide a textual crunch to a traditionally soft side, but bring a surprisingly welcome tartness and freshness to the dish as well while the pecans bring a nutty warmth to the dish. Ingredients:¬† Mrs. Cubbinson’s Traditional Stuffing Butter Celery Onion Garlic Oregano Sage Granny Smith apples, diced into 1/4 inch pieces Pecans … Continue reading Schmidt Family Thanksgiving Stuffing

A Weekend at the Movies: October 19, 2018

Need plans for the weekend? Two movies are opening this weekend, both guaranteed to be worth the price of the ticket! Check out the information below. The Hate U Give¬† Starr Carter is constantly switching between two worlds: the poor, mostly black, neighborhood where she lives and the rich, mostly white, prep school she attends. The uneasy balance between these worlds is shattered when Starr … Continue reading A Weekend at the Movies: October 19, 2018